Christians

Source: Elizabeth W. Kearley / Getty: Should Christians celebrate Halloween? This question has been asked  by many people, but doesn’t really have an easy answer. The American popularity of Halloween is getting bigger and bigger. We spend $5 billion dollars annually on Halloween, but is it something Christians should be participating in? Here are a few things Halloween facts to consider: […]

via praiseatl: Should Christians celebrate Halloween? This question has been asked  by many people, but doesn’t really have an easy answer. The American popularity of Halloween is getting bigger and bigger. We spend $5 billion dollars annually on Halloween, but is it something Christians should be participating in? Here are a few things Halloween facts to consider: Halloween […]

via BCNN1-Tina Osterhouse: According to a recent Barna report, American Christians are less likely to share their faith with others than they were 25 years ago. In 1993, 9 out of 10 Christians agreed with the statement, “Every Christian has a responsibility to share their faith.” Today, only two-thirds agree—a 25-point drop. Conversely, 3 in 10 […]

via FirstLadyB: 4 of the Top 7 contestants on the American Idol reboot are Christians and are using the platform to glorify God. Cade Foehner,  who is also a minister, Instagram bio says, “talking Jesus, eating kale, and making music” sings rock and roll music. After he soared through to the top 10, he posted, “I know for […]

via BCNN1: Palm Sunday is the Sunday before Easter when the Holy Week begins. Here are five facts about the occasion that shed light on its importance in the lives of Christians. Palm Sunday is the beginning of the final seven days of Jesus’ earthly ministry, based on Matthew 21:6–11, which reads: “The disciples went […]

via TheChristianPost: Pastor Jamal Bryant of Baltimore’s Empowerment Temple church says his heart and spirit have been broken by the mockery being made by Christians of what he says is a sincere testimony of a former prostitute during a New Year’s Eve church service. The woman shown in a video that appears to have been first shared […]

  via BCNN1/TheChristianPost: 2017 saw the passing of many Christian leaders and figures. Some of them were controversial, others were more widely acclaimed. Largely centered on the United States, this list of people sometimes made history, sometimes made headlines, and sometimes influenced many within the Church. Here are 10 notable Christians who died this year. […]

via EEWMagazine: Depression. It’s one of the most taboo subjects in the Christian community, yet with depression affecting more than 19 million Americans each year, 12 million of them being women (According to Mental Health America), I am willing to bet that at least half of them are filling the pews of churches everywhere. You […]

via PraiseBaltimore: Should Christians celebrate Halloween? This question has been asked  by many people, but doesn’t really have an easy answer. The American popularity of Halloween is getting bigger and bigger. We spend $5 billion dollars annually on Halloween, but is it something Christians should be participating in? Here are a few things Halloween facts to consider: Halloween […]

Although some Christians might not listen to various forms of secular music, Christian artist Propaganda believes that all music is “God’s reflecting” and believes that listening for the  “fingerprints of God” hidden within secular music can actually be an “act of worship.” Propaganda, also known by his real name of Jason Petty, a popular hip-hop […]

*Houston hip-hop artist Lecrae never censors his spirituality, and frequently raps about faith, race and cultural change. In an essay penned for Billboard, the Christian rapper let his thoughts flow about the country’s current state of turmoil following the police involved deaths of two black men: Alton Sterling, 37, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and Philando […]

Your summer calendar may already be filled with some of the hottest concerts and festivals of the year, but does purchasing those tickets make you a hypocrite in the eyes of the Church? The great debate continues. It’s officially summer, and that means music festival season is well under way. All across the nation, music […]